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Stantonbury Ward — Milton Keynes

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2014.

3rd May 2012 [Lab gain from C]

Margaret Burke Lab 935 44.5%
Barbara Wright C 707 33.7%
Helen Davies UKIP 217 10.3%
Thomas Mallyon LD 129 6.1%
Thomas Bulman Grn 112 5.3%

5th May 2011

Brian White Lab 950 34.7%
Graham Davison C 866 31.7%
Sean Barnes LD 632 23.1%
Harvey Rainbow UKIP 180 6.6%
Thomas Bulman Grn 107 3.9%

1st May 2008 [C gain from Lab]

Barbara Wright C 900 34.7%
William Watts LD 772 29.8%
Brian Morsley Lab 626 24.2%
Adrian Haynes UKIP 202 7.8%
James Buxton Ind 90 3.5%

3rd May 2007

Brian White Lab 1070 38.1%
William Watts LD 892 31.8%
Richard Abery C 668 23.8%
Colin Rodden UKIP 178 6.3%

10th June 2004

Brian Morsley Lab 841 29.7%
William Watts LD 764 27.0%
David Tunney C 709 25.1%
Helen Davies UKIP 347 12.3%
Carol Barac Grn 167 5.9%

1st May 2003

Michael Pendry Lab 1103 41.1%
David Tunney C 735 27.4%
William Watts LD 703 26.2%
Carol Barac Grn 144 5.4%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Brian Morsley Lab 845 39.5%
Michael Pendry Lab 827
Roy Miller C 671 31.3%
Richard Abery C 648
Derek Newcombe LD 434 20.3%
Alan Tootill LD 299
Carol Barac Grn 191 8.9%

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